Runnymede Plantation has really burst onto the Charleston wedding venue scene in the past 2 -3 years. Located right off Highwat 61 after Middleton Place, but before Magnolia Plantation, it is quickly becoming a premier wedding venue because of it's views and locations for wedding ceremonies. Shhh. I actually saw a walking trail off the dirt road heading back into the plantation that leads over to Magnolia, but don't tell Magnolia that. The way I see it is it's a trail that is connecting two of the area's beautiful areas. One of Christina's friends was a violinist and provided most of the cermeony pieces after prelude music provided by myself. As the ceremony ended, we continued with a traditional approach to the ceremony music by playing the Wedding March followed by Vivaldi's "Spring" as guests were congregating around to get a group photo.
BRIDAL PARTY INTRODUCTION: "Fancy" - Iggy Azalea
FIRST DANCE SONG: "Like I'm Gonna Lose You" Meghan Trainor / John Legend
BRIDE / GRANDFATHER SONG: "Wildflowers" - Tom Petty
GROOM / MOTHER SONG: "Mother Of Mine" - The Band Perry
CAKE CUTTING SONG: "How Sweet It Is" - Marvin Gaye
BOUQUET / GARTER TOSS SONG: "Danger Zone" - Kenny Loggins
LAST SONG: "Take Me Home, Country Roads" - John Denver
The wedding reception ended at 7pm, just as Christina & Trey discussed back in February when we met. They wanted to end the reception at sunset, which is exactly what happpened. After a special confetti send-off, Christina & Trey are headed down to Montego Bay, Jamaica for a wonderful honeymoon.
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